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Teaching Artists Wanted at Methow Arts


We are hoping to grow our network of professional teaching artists to deliver arts classes all across Okanogan County. Whether you’ve been teaching for years or are new to the concept of teaching artistry, if you are committed to our mission and social justice values, we can find a place for you at Methow Arts.… [Read More]

Dia de los Muertos Sugar Skulls

Fall 2022

During the week of Oct 31 – Nov 4, 3rd grade students in Methow Arts’ Youth Arts Initiative program at the Methow Valley Elementary School learned about Dia de los Muertos Calaveras de Azucar (Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls) with instructor Bethany Wray. They studied traditions surrounding Day of the Dad prior to creating… [Read More]

YAI brings pendulum paintings to 2nd Graders

October 2022

Youth Art Instructor Bethany Wray worked with 2nd graders today. In this dynamic art lesson they applied what they are learning in their current International Baccalaureate unit about Force & Motion to create pendulum paintings in art. Pendulum painting teaches kids about the forces of motion and gravity with a new painting technique by exchanging… [Read More]

Methow Arts Announces Job Opening

Taking Applications Now, Fall 2022

CLICK HERE FOR Job Description CLICK HERE FOR Application Form Office and Program Support Assistant A rare opportunity presents itself at Methow Arts! We seek a detail-oriented, energetic and creative individual to join us at Methow Arts Alliance. 15-20 hrs/week position with flex time is now open. We are hoping to fill this position right… [Read More]

Nobuntu – from Zimbabwe

Sat, Oct 29, 2022

CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE TICKETS. Experience the soul-stirring, joyful sounds of Nobuntu, a female a cappella quintet from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe acclaimed for inventive performances that range from traditional Zimbabwean songs to Afro-jazz to gospel, when the ensemble comes to The Barn on Oct 29th and Okanogan County schools Oct 31-Nov 2. Female a cappella group Nobuntu… [Read More]

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